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Volume 8, Number 12—December 2002

Research

Legionnaires’ Disease at a Dutch Flower Show: Prognostic Factors and Impact of Therapy

Kamilla D. Lettinga*Comments to Author , Annelies Verbon*, Gerrit-Jan Weverling*, Joop F.P. Schellekens†, Jeroen W. Den Boer†‡, Ed P.F. Yzerman§, Jacobus Prins¶, Wim G. Boersma#, Ruud J. van Ketel*, Jan M. Prins*, and Peter Speelman*
Author affiliations: *Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; †National Institute of Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, the Netherlands; ‡Municipal Health Service Zuid-Kennemerland, Haarlem, the Netherlands; §Regional Laboratory of Public Health Haarlem, Haarlem, the Netherlands; ¶Westfries Gasthuis, Hoorn, the Netherlands; #Medical Center Alkmaar, Alkmaar, the Netherlands;

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Figure 2

Kaplan-Meier curve for intensive care unit (ICU)–free survival. ICU-free survival for patients treated with adequate antibiotics within and >24 h after admission.:___ adequate antibiotic therapy started within 24 h after admission (n=85); ----- adequate antibiotic therapy started >24 h after admission (n=56).

Figure 2. Kaplan-Meier curve for intensive care unit (ICU)–free survival. ICU-free survival for patients treated with adequate antibiotics within and >24 h after admission.:___ adequate antibiotic therapy started within 24 h after admission (n=85); ----- adequate antibiotic therapy started >24 h after admission (n=56).

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